Creative Nano actively contributed to the 12-month meeting of the Redondo project held in Munich, where we introduced a pioneering environmentally friendly method for producing hydrophobic nanolignin particles, each measuring less than 300 nm. These nanolignin particles have been specially designed as an additive for composite materials. Our presentation in Work Package 4 emphasized our dedication to crafting eco-friendly bio-based additives.
The objective of the Redondo project centers on the development of recyclable, reversibly cross-linked polyethylene, reflecting a commitment to sustainable materials and processes.
To learn more about this innovative project, visit their website: https://www.redondo-project.eu/en/normal/home